There was an era, somewhere in the 80s and 90s, when people flocked to the neighbour’s house to watch their favourite TV serials.
There were some serials whom we loved to the core. The contemporary saas-bahu dramas have spoilt the fun of watching TV and more often than not, one can be found switching the TV off at the first sight of such shows.
However, one such beloved serial starring Shah Rukh Khan is making a comeback.
Circus, Shah Rukh’s second serial after Fauji, will be soon on air without any changes. Directed by Aziz Mirza and Kundan Shah, it starred Ashutosh Gowarikkar and Renuka Sahane.
Set in a circus troupe, it shows the journey of how a failing troupe is turned into a hit.
— Doordarshan National (@DDNational) February 17, 2017
The news made Renuka Sahane rejoice who also took to twitter to express her joy.
— Kiran004SRKFan (@Kiran004SRKFan) February 14, 2017
Here are few other TV serials who should make a comeback:
A popular serial which aired on DD in 1994, it was indeed a path breaker in several ways. The story was about two friends from the biggest production in Bollywood and their dark past lives. Mandira Bedi, who played the lead, was appreciated for her bold role.
A serial ahead of her times, it featured Neena Gupta and Kawaljit Singh. The story revolved around a happily married couple and their family and the husband’s subsequent extra-marital affair and divorce.
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A story of high school friends, it indeed gave friendship goals to children. It was a story about how the friends interacted and lived their life through the last year of school.
One of the comical and favourite serials, it had Archana Puran Singh, Jatin Kanakia, Rakesh Bedi and Reema Lagoo in lead roles. It was about two couples who had fallen in love with their neighbours.
Much before Sushant Singh played the detective, this serial had created headlines. It was a story of a detective who was more involved in finding the truth rather than lawful evidence.
We hope that these serials make a comeback and give us a reason to remember our childhood again.